Posted by , Jul 4, 2015 at 10:46am
Dr. Dre will host "The Pharmacy" on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio every other Saturday.

We knew something big was in the cards when Apple purchased Beats (both the headphones and the streaming service), and this week we finally got to see the plans unveiled with the debut of Apple Music. While the service in general is nothing we haven't seen on Spotify, Rdio, or Tidal before, the introduction of Beats 1 Radio has served us a little more excitement.

Yesterday, Killer Mike and El-P launched their Run The Jewels radio show, and we know that Drake, Pharrell, and more will be acting as hosts on the station sooner or later.

Of course, it was always assumed that Dr. Dre would be involved in one way or another, and according to a new trailer, the superproducer will be launching his own radio show today.

"The Pharmacy" is set to air at 3PM EST, and will be the first of a series that will run every other Sunday.

Zane Lowe's first guest was Eminem, so we can only assume that Dre will have someone special come trough the studio. Tune in through Apple Music later today to find out.

Dr. Dre's Beats 1 Radio Show Debuts Today

Dr. Dre will host "The Pharmacy" on Apple Music's Beats 1 radio every other Saturday.


We knew something big was in the cards when Apple purchased Beats (both the headphones and the streaming service), and this week we finally got to see the plans unveiled with the debut of Apple Music. While the service in general is nothing we haven't seen on Spotify, Rdio, or Tidal before, the introduction of Beats 1 Radio has served us a little more excitement.

Yesterday, Killer Mike and El-P launched their Run The Jewels radio show, and we know that Drake, Pharrell, and more will be acting as hosts on the station sooner or later.

Of course, it was always assumed that Dr. Dre would be involved in one way or another, and according to a new trailer, the superproducer will be launching his own radio show today.

"The Pharmacy" is set to air at 3PM EST, and will be the first of a series that will run every other Sunday.

Zane Lowe's first guest was Eminem, so we can only assume that Dre will have someone special come trough the studio. Tune in through Apple Music later today to find out.

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